Kate has worn her red coat dress twice in public before, once to launch the Hold Still book and again on a visit to Cardiff Castle during the Platinum Jubilee.
The coat dress is an ankle-length piece from Eponine’s AW18 line. It is constructed from a wool-crepe fabric and has a mandarin collar, pockets, bracelet-length sleeves, and six huge buttons.
When Kate first wore the coat dress, Eponine encouraged their Instagram fans to contact them to inquire about custom orders or make a purchase. The value of the garment is therefore unknown.
Underneath the coat, Kate wore her Suzannah dress which she previously wore at a ceremony to honour Grenfell Tower last year.
The dress is called the “white flippy wiggle dress”, which costs a whopping £2,790.
The definition says: “A beautiful white, pure Italian silk crepe, soft shirt dress. A re-interpretation from our own vintage archive for the Suzannah London Collection.
“The original inspiration derives from a late 1940s Wiggle Dress, which we have re-cut to have it skim over the bodice with a fluid gentle soft movement throughout the skirt, from the hips to the hemline.
“The silhouette is contoured around the waist and front yoke with delicate pin-tucks. The dress is designed to be an elegant tea-length featuring beautiful half-length sleeves with a buttoned cuff.
Their description says: “Just as vibrant as a real-life Cha-cha! Add chunkiness and pearly feels to turn every day into a fun, energizing dance.”
For footwear, the Princess wore her Jimmy Choo “Romy 85” optic white leather pumps which perfectly matched her white dress.
Royal fans loved Kate’s style, with Instagram user @achy1205 saying: “Catherine chic as always!”
In addition, @bestofmiddleton commented: “All repeats! Lovely to see. She looks beautiful.”